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car insurance. >>> scientology, is the controversial religion a factor in katie holmes' decision to divorce tom cruise? we're digging deeper ahead. and while other sunscreens can feel greasy ultra sheer® is clean and dry. it's the best for your skin. ultra sheer®. neutrogena®. did you know honey nut cheerios is america's favorite cereal? oh, you're good! hey, did you know that honey nut cheerios is... oh you too! ooh, hey america's favorite cereal is... honey nut cheerios ok then off to iceland! >>> tonight there's finally good news to report about the giant waldo canyon wildfire in colorado. firefighters say the blaze had stopped growing and is now 55% contained. so much damage has been done. nearly 18,000 acres charred. 350 homes have been destroyed and two people have lost their lives. and while weather conditions have improved, one official put it this way. the tiger is in a cage but the door is still open. in other words, the winds can pick up at any moment. tonight we have two reports on how firefighters tackle a wildfire of this magnitude and we begin with martin savidg
minutes of the first 911 call, the gunman surrounders to police. he's identified as james holmes. holmes, who lives just for miles from the theater, tells police he's left a bomb in his third floor apartment. >> we are not sure what we are dealing with the home. they appear to be insend airy devices. they're linked with all kinds of wires, as a layman it's not something i've seen before. >> reporter: police won't speculate on a motive for holmes who is now in custody awaiting his first court appearance on monday. >> knowning us now is paul oweder mott who was in the theater and isiah. >> i was sitting right near the exit. >> so when he came in, you saw him almost immediately. >> i think i was the first person to see him and i told my girlfriend to get down right when he was throwing the canister. >> did you know what he was throwing. >> i knew it wasn't right. i figured if he was swat, he would yell something. >> so the fact that he was alone raised your suspicion. >> yeah. he didn't do anything, just stood there, threw the can and shot in the air. >> where were you? >> i was on the fron
'll tell as best we can the suspect's story. searching for clues to what motivated james holmes. authorities say to suit up in body armor, grab tear gas and unleash three firearms and shoot 71 people and leave a booby trapped apartment rigged to explode for authorities to defuse. our randi kaye is there and we'll take you there shortly. we'll tell you who the suspect is. a guy who told police he was the joker. apparently dyed his hair red. we'll tell you where he the ball t bought the weapons he allegedly used. we're going to look at how this story fits with and differs from what we've come to expect. and how people here are coping nationwide. flags are flying at half-staff. this is a state, a country, in mourning. both president obama and mitt romney have suspended campaigning for the moment. the president was awakeneded about 5:30 with the news. spoke about it earlier this morning. take a look. >> we will take every step possible to ensure the safety of all of our people. we're going to stand by our neighbors in colorado during this extraordinarily difficult time. i had a chan
holmes' decision to file for divorce from tom cruise after five and a half years of marriage. there's been a lot of coverage about whether her husband's affiliation with the church of scientology played a role in the actress's decision to end her marriage. they have a daughter together, 6-year-old suri. tom foreman takes a look at tom cruise's role in the church of scientology. >> reporter: when it comes to scientology, tom cruise may be the famous defender tearing into matt lauer over the church's repudiation of psychiatry. >> do you know aterol? do you know ritalin? do you know that ritalin is a street drug? do you understand that? >> the difference is this was not against her will, though. >> i'm asking you a question. >> i understand there's abuse of all of these things. >> no, you see he's the problem. you don't know the history of psychiatry. i do. >> reporter: although cruise joined scientology in the 1980s, over the past decade his public identification with the group has been much more pronounced. he's explained his beliefs on talk shows, in the press. and scientology meeti
chase sapphire. >>> scientology, is the controversial religion a factor in katie holmes' decision to divorce tom cruise? we're digging deeper ahead. onets rolling hot dogs bag of ice anti-freeze wash and dry diesel self-serve fix a flat jumper cables 5% cashback signup for 5% cashback at gas stations through september. it pays to discover. >>> tonight there's finally good news to report about the giant waldo canyon wildfire in colorado. firefighters say the blaze had stopped growing and is now 55% contained. so much damage has been done. nearly 18,000 acres charred. 350 homes have been destroyed and two people have lost their lives. and while weather conditions have improved, one official put it this way. the tiger is in a cage but the door is still open. in other words, the winds can pick up at any moment. tonight we have two reports on how firefighters tackle a wildfire of this magnitude and we begin with martin savidge who spent the last phi days with a special unit that uses all the tools of modern technology to predict the direction in which a wild with fire will move. >> rep
to police. he's identified as 24-year-old james holmes. a student in the process of withdrawing from the university of colorado's neuroscience ph.d. program. hoesms holmes, who lives just four miles from the movie theater, tells police he's left a bomb in his third floor apartment. >> we're not sure what we're dealing with in the home. they appear to be incendiary devices. there's some chemical elements there. there's also some incendiary elements. they're linked together with all kinds of wires. as a layman, it's not something i've ever seen before. >> hard to imagine. an apartment wired to kill first responders. or anyone who came through that door with enough improvised explosives to potentially take down the building. the suspect was deprived of that sick pleasure. as we've been trying to do all week, we're trying to deprive him of anything that might please him and highlighting the people who truly matter. the people who history should remember. people like rebecca wingo. a mom of two. she was multitalented. multilingual. she devoured books in a single sitting and was putting he
. call now. >>> tom cruise and the katie holmes calling it quits. talking about divorce within the church and what it did for her family and how difficult to leave the church, when we continue. >>> on opposite coasts of the u.s., two kayakers had the same terrifying experience this past weekenden in a brush with a great white shark. the shark off the coast of santa cruz, california, took a bite out of the kayak but the kayaker got away. wasn't hurt. the other close call off cape cod was actually caught on camera. you can see the great white's dorsal fin just several feet behind the kayaker. match seening that behind you. the shark was estimated to be between 12 and 14 feet long. other people in the water and on the beach were screaming at him just like in the movie "jaws," basically saying "look behind you." his first time kayaking. here's brian todd with how the real-life scare played out. >> reporter: this was walter szulc's first time kayaking. look at the dorsal fin lurking just a few feet behind him. he says, he didn't hear people screaming at him from the shore, but made is back to
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. on july 20th, james holmes decided to no longer blend in. i talked to a survivor who had a front-row seat to the carnage inside theater nine. >> it seemed like this person was probably acting like a villain. to swing through the door, walk in, dressed all in black, black cap, gas mask, body armor. weapon wrapped around his neck. which i thought was fake. and i'm thinking, this person's going to do something to thrill the audience and somebody dressed as batman is going to come in, subdue this person and drag him out the theater. >> reporter: the suspect has barely uttered a word since. according to the police chief, he asked for attorneys shortly after being arrested. not expressing anything to one overriding question. why? >> drew griffin joins me now. obviously, mental state is going to be something that's going to be discussed a lot as this court case develops. there was a press conference from the university. i would have thought if there was so many problem with his mental state, it would have shown up over many months or years. but the university's saying the program he was in, he w
holmes." in which watson falls in love with holmes and has his, quote, sexual needed attended to. and of course what literary collection would be complete without an erotic retelling of 20,000 leagues under the sea. wait, isn't there a sea monster in that book? i don't want to know where they would take that. wouldn't the obvious choice be herman melville's novel about the rather large whale? the company says they're not rewriting the classics. just enhancing the novels by adding in steamy new scenes. some people will say these works of literature contain secret prose that shouldn't be manipulated in anyway. but, hey, why not? and why stop at the classics? there are other books. how about cookbooks? those things are totally boring to read. why not randomly throw some saucy
and investigation in aurora, colorado. law enforcement sources say the shooting suspect james holmes mailed a package to the university of colorado campus in aurora which was received on monday and forced the evacuation of a building. it was holmes himself who told police where to find it. cbs news says the package was addressed to a psychologist and contained a letter talking about shooting people along with scribbling showing the gunman shooting victims. we're going to have a full report from aurora in a few minutes. >>> six days after the massacre in aurora, colorado, gun control is a very hot topic on the campaign trail. he waited five days to enter the fray. president obama is now front and center on the debate. telling the national urban league in new orleanses
will be available online with racy versions of jane eyre. retold with passion. a version of sherlock holmes. watson falls in love with holmes and has his sexual attention tended to in ways he only dreamed. and what literary collection would possibly be complete without an erotic retelling of 20 thousand leagues under the sea. isn't there a sea monster in that book? i don't know where you would take that. if you're going to go the whole maritime adventure root, wouldn't the obvious choice be herman melville's novel of the rather large whale? the company says they're not rewriting the classics, they're keeping the authors' voices, just enhancing the novels by adding in steamy new scenes. some people are going to say these works contain sacred prose which shouldn't be manipulated in any way. why not? and why stop at the classics? there are plenty of other books that could use erotic enhancement. how about cook books? those things are totally boring to read. randomly throw saucy encounters in there. what about do it yourself home impren
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